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and the minutia of your daily life is sort of up for public consumption. that being said i've been witness personally to people seeking that information in a way that goes against the laws of traffic and other laws and so i don't know where the line is. >> it's probably not even true. we'll still read. it. >> reporter: in hollywood adam housley, fox news. >>> the news tonight is far from over. >> the news edge at 11:00 starts right now. >> this is fox 5 news edge at 11:00. >> no guts, no glory, tonight rg3 and the skins gave it their all but it wasn't enough. thanks for staying with us tonight. i'm maureen umeh. >> i'm laura evans. a disappointing night for redskins fans after the team lost to the seattle seahawks 24- 14 in the first round of the playoffs. it was a hard night for fans hoping for a super bowl run. >> fox 5's lauren demarco has more. >> reporter: the sign says that the redskins are thanking the greatest fans in the nfl and it is no exaggeration. as folks head out of here tonight, they're, of course, disappointed, but everybody has faith in the skins and they're looking for
the business, but running in the minutia. >> an owner needs to understand the big picture and that is where mike's picture revealed important gaffes. >> what is the break even point? how many people do you need? >> i haven't done a specific account, but my guesstimate is that i need to sell out weekend s year-round to cover my expenses. >> many entrepreneurs let the accounting slide even though they know better. the same often goes for keeping up with current technology. >> you take reservations by phone and not on web. >> we don't have tonline bookin. >> looking at the web, some of the pictures were outdated and looked old and some of the pictures were in need of a makeover. that is when we called in the "your business" s.w.a.t. team. up first is andrew who is an expert decorator from bucks county, pennsylvania, specializing in inns and hotels. we asked him to look at erica's website and pick the one room most in need. >> i want you to meet andrew. >> the room decided to makeover is here in the cottage called chateau eve and to be honest, it is not looking like chateau material, and erica
happens, like the minutia, the nitty-gritty. there's a scene in the movie, we'll show a clip but i would say for those of you that have seen the movie, the most explosive scene in the film is a conversation between two students and the assistant principal in this school where they emerge from recess and there's clearly some conflict that's going on and she says, whoa, whoa, what's going on here? the two start telling their own stories and, you know, she basically says, you go away to the one person that was a witness, then she proceeds to have the two students shake hands. and it becomes a very uncomfortable exchange where the boy who has been the target, the victim of bullying, doesn't want to shake the hand of his bully and doesn't want to just let it go. then she basically gets angry and drills into this kid, right? she dismisses the bully and she starts saying if you don't shake his hand you are just like him. and it just carries on but our audiences start screaming at the screen. i mean they are just, like, oh or ugh, it just makes them crazy. and i find that so extraordinary b
to know all about you and the minutia of your daily life is sort of up for public consumption. that being said i've been witness to personally people seeking that information in a way that goes against the laws of traffic and other laws and so i don't know where the line is. >> it's probably not even true. we'll still read. it. >> reporter: in hollywood, adam housley, fox news. >>> wendy's is replacing its famous value menu and we have a preview of the crowds expected inauguration day. shawn yancy has your fox 5 top five. >> up first tonight, brian, another fast food chain is hiking prices on value deals. no. 5, wendy's is replacing its 99- cent value menu with the right price right size menu. prices range from 99 cents to $1.99. the company blames the rising cost of ingredients and says the change will give dupers more options and wendy's more flexibility -- customers for options and wendy's more flexibility on pricing. no. 2, a cdc survey of more than 150,000 drivers found one out of 25 reported falling asleep while driving in the month prior to the survey. no. 3, a heads up, subaru re
not op bn big hits or ho runs, but the minutia of small ball and keeping it inside of the field, and incrementally building up the score through bunt bunts and small hits. it is a baseball player's baseball game. it is not just sports where knowing the inside game can make all of the difference. let me take you to the original nerdland, the academy, where inside fights rarely make the news, but sometimes the topics pack enough political heat to make professors into headliners. take this scandal n. 2000, a remarkable piece of academic work was published by the then much respected emory university professor michael ballil and in the book, he used hundreds of old documents to show that gun ownership was uncommon in the 18th century and he went on the say that given the rarity of the gun ownership, there is no way that the founding fathers intended for the second amendment to be gun rights. it was when data did not prove the point. u except that it was not true. in an epic takedown a year later, a law professor james lengren went through the footnotes and found that some of the info
. in terms of the day by day mind minutia of the trial -- when i read the prosecutor's book, i was really surprised about some of the twists and turns, overreach and some of the things to lead us where the country was so shocked about the verdict. >> what is so fascinating about him, 68-70 homicide convictions, almost a perfect record, and everybody assumed he was going to have another tick. another conviction. and there was real shock when she walked. did you meet him? >> he came to visit the day i did the closing argument. >> really? >> so he watched you deliver -- >> deliver his closing argument. a direct transcript what he actually said. and he's by the monitor while i'm out in the courtroom, an exact replica of the courtroom in orlando. it was pretty surreal. >> what did he say to you? >> i almost didn't want to go back and see him for fear he would give me the oh, boy face. but i think he was pretty happy. >> of course he will be happy. he has rob lowe playing him. jesus, how much better can it get? i want you for my lifetime movie? >> i'm there, my friend. >> it's going to be calle
it if you wanted to when it was on. in terms of the day by day minutia of the trial, i didn't follow it. and that is when i red jeff ashton's book that the movie is based on, who i play in the movie, i was really surprised at some of the twists and turns. some of the overreach and some of the things that went on to lead us to where the country was so shocked by the verdict. >> what was surprising about ashton, his record is extraordinary. 68 out of 70 homicide convictions, 12 out of 12, death penalty convictions. almost a perfect record, and everybody assumed he would have another take, this was going to be a real conviction, and there was shock when she walked. did you get to meet him? >> he actually came to visit the day i did the closing argument. >> really? so he watched you deliver. >> he watched me deliver his closing argument and it is a direct transcript. it is what he actually said. he is by the monitor, while i'm out in the courtroom, which is an exact replica of the courtroom in orlando. >> what did he say to you? >> it was pretty surreal, i almost didn't want to go back and
minutia and these negotiations. i think many of us have become obsessed with blogs. there's you and rachel and, ed, i'm sure you don't like compliments. but, you know, we have to credit you with showing us that inside baseball can be fun and not only fun, but meaningful. and, finally, hollywood, which is also obsessed with stuff has gotten the message and it's sexy. >> i've changed my mind on that one. i agree with you completely, david. >> let's go through these 3450u vees. lincoln, this movie is not about winning the big battles or fighting it out in antitum. it's about sitting and buying members of congress. it's about trading jobs, intimidating people. it's so down and dirty, i kept thinking where did spielberg think this was such a movie? >> i thought i was going in to see the monument and i came out seeing the advising consent of the 19th century. >> exactly. that is exactly true. >> which was wonderful and gratifying. i think a lot of the choice goes to tony kuschner. he wrote several drafts, several very long drafts, until he found that nugget of that period of time of that fight.
on this showbiz aspect. and i think we've become more aware of this sort of political minutia and these negotiations. i think many of us have become obsessed with blogs. there has been stewart and colbert there is you and rachel. i'm sure you don't like compliments, but we have to credit you with showing us that inside baseball can be fun, and not only fun, but meaningful. and finally, hollywood, which is also obsessed with this stuff, has gotten the message and has made it sexy. >> well, i've changed my mind. i agree with you on that one completely. i'm completely with you, david. let me go back to ann hornaday who knows this city very well. you live here. you write for "the post." "lincoln." this movie is not about winning the big battles, or the battles of vicksburg that made the difference in the war. it's about sitting and buying members of congress. it's about trading jobs, intimidating people. it's so down and dirty, i kept thinking where did spielberg think this was a movie. >> well, yes. and i was expecting, especially spielberg, who is such a great myth maker, i thou
would like to leave is if not the disruption, but the minutia of the opposition. the way he exceeded in the cliff-hanging negotiations to drive a wedge among republicans and leave them historically weakened. i think that's one legacy he wants to leave. >> and that would be in the mid-term elections. normally a second-term president doesn't really care about that because he has four years and that's. it but i think he seem sees himself historically important in changing the nature of the social contract. but also, in truly making the democrats the dominant party and reducing the republicans. >> we will start with you next hour. we are minutes away from the official swearing in, right after this break. >> this is fox news special coverage of the inauguration weekend. don't go away. ÷÷ oh! progress-oh! [ female announcer ] with 40 delicious progresso soups at 100 calories or less, there are plenty of reasons people are saying "progress-oh!" share your progress-oh! story on facebook. five days later, i had a massive heart attack. bayer aspirin was the first thing the emts gave me. no
the minutia and the formality of this, which is fascinating. boehner has to reunite his own party. the tee party folks and others from new york and new jersey not happy how he handled the sandy aid and not having that come to the house floor. how does he do that? how does he bring his party together do you suppose? >> reporter: one thing that it seems he's trying to do is to try to not put himself in a position to be -- for them to be mad at him. one, the main reasons why he was in this pickle several times over the past two years is because he decided to try to negotiate two rather large deals with the president. it didn't go anywhere. remember the grand bargain they tried to negotiate a year and a half ago with the debt ceiling and more recently on the fiscal cliff deal. he told me a short while ago walking down this hallway into his office, there was a report he was telling his colleagues he's not going to try to do those grand bargains anymore through negotiation. he'll have them go through regular order. it always works best. legislation he wants to be written in committees, to come u
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